Final Fantasy VII Released on Steam

Thursday, July 4th, 2013

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Final Fantasy VII Cloud

Final Fantasy VII is now up for sale on Steam for $11.99/£9.99. Since an entry for the game was found in the Steam database, it’s not a huge surprise that this was eventually coming- but now it’s finally here!

This is certainly not the Windows release we saw all the way back in 1998. This version of Final Fantasy VII is the updated digital release from 2012, and has been optimized and updated to support the latest hardware and Windows operating systems. In addition, it also comes with a few  new features including 36 Steam achievements, cloud saves (no pun intended), and a character booster option. The character booster option allows you to get out of tough situations by increasing your HP, MP, and Gil levels.

The minimum system specs require 3 GB of hard drive space, Windows XP or newer, a 2 GHz processor, 1 GB of RAM, and DirectX 9.0c. So chances are if you’ve got a PC running Windows, you can probably handle the game. In terms of price and accessibility, it’s an easy way to get your hands on a copy of Final Fantasy VII and earn some Steam achievements along the way.

If you’re interested, check out this trailer for the updated digital release, or hop on over to the Steam store and pick up a copy!